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Photos in this post are done by me, the cuteness is done by my cousin :)

Have you ever been to a birthday party where you were so in aww that you knew you would just have to write a blog post on it?  Well I’m a little late on this one but I wanted to share my cousins daughter’s 1st birthday party from last May. She did an Alice in Wonderland Theme party for her daughter, Alice.

Is this child not the most darling little girl?

As you can see from the setup above, my cousin did great with decor and keeping with her theme.

She had oversized tea cups, wooden mushrooms and even a little Alice doll. Of course, food and sweets to match!

I love these cute sandwiches cut out from each suit of a deck of cards.


Eat me cupcakes, of course representing the Eat Me Cakes from the movie.

These cute cupcakes represent the caterpillar on the mushroom.

This was really cute, a cake representing the tea party in the movie made with cute miniature tea cups, plates and hats!

I asked where she had gotten her deocr items and she said she kept it as cheap as possible by shopping at Dollar Tree and Oriental Trading Co. The oversized teacups are for plants and are from Target.
She made the flowers out of tissue paper, streamers and chenille stems.

Happy Birthday, Alice!

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